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Shania Twain’s new single “Waking Up Dreaming”

“I’ve spent the last couple years working away on new music…on my documentary…on the Vegas residency and it’s been such a creatively fulfilling time for me, I can’t wait for this next chapter and ‘Waking Up Dreaming’ is just the start,” Shania says. 

Kelsea Ballerini’s new album “SUBJECT TO CHANGE”

“The theme was change and evolution and growing up, and a lot of contrast within that and juxtaposition within that,” Ballerini told Apple Music. “And I loved the idea that we’ve all been really challenged by change the last several years, and by change that’s really out of our control, that’s kept us at home and all of that stuff. And so, I loved the idea of that being such a relatable, universal topic.”

Karine Hannah’s new EP “21st Century Pop”

Karine Hannah’s new release, called 21st Century Pop, gives the audience seven incredible experiences that will transport us into different realities with Midnight Sky, Levitating/Love Come Down, Locked Out of Heaven, Is It Any Wonder?, Won’t Go Home Without You, Good 4 U, and last but not least a Since You’ve Been Gone Mashup. 

Lexie Hayden’s new music video for “Breaking Up” with Jason Nix

“This video tells the story of two people leaving their hometown for the first time and feeling bittersweet about it. I left my hometown in Herndon, Virginia when I was 21 years old and I waited seven years to write a song that captured how I felt leaving the place I had known my whole life. I put a lot of sentimental things in the video: pictures of my family, a note from my mom, frames from my grandmother, etc. I wanted to give Jason and I different stories, but have us end up together somehow. Our other co-writer, Stone, has a cameo at the end of the video which was funny and super special.”

Ashley Cooke’s new music video for “back in the saddle”

“This song comes from somewhere in the middle of being heartbroken and moved on. It’s all about putting yourself out there again, no matter how high you’ve built your walls. Here’s to getting back in the saddle, Whether that’s just for the day, for the night, or for however long it takes to put that old relationship in the past,” shares Cooke of the song. “I’ve been there and I know a lot of other people can relate too – I’m so excited for y’all to have this one.”